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CLuster for dAta-driven Solutions in the Sea economy 4.0
1.1 Enhance the framework conditions for innovation in the relevant sectors of the blue economy within the cooperation area
CLASS4.0 - T2I – TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND INNOVATION S.C.A R.L.
- Local, regional and national public authorities
- General public
- Regional and local development agencies, chambers of commerce and other business support organisations
- Universities, techonology transfer institutions, research institutions
- Education and training organisations as well as social partners and labor-market institutions
CLASS 4.0 project main goal is to strengthen competitiveness and innovation capacity of SMEs in the Adriatic-Ionian area, especially focusing on the opportunities offered by Data driven solutions in the circular and sea economy.
The project will integrate and enhance best practices and previous projects' outputs to:
- Increase awareness: to have SMEs understanding the opportunities, we will give high visibility to "relatable" case studies, with focus on the returns from investments in innovation capitalizing INVESTINFISH outputs
- Bridge the skill gap: the skill gap is a critical barrier that prevents many SMEs to adopt Data-driven solutions. Methodologies such as the ones developed in the BLUE KEP project, can help to create an environment more favorable to adopt data-driven solutions
- Foster technology transfer: reinforce technology transfer and innovation process, with focus on Data Driven Solution in the Blue Economy, capitalizing the BEAT project outputs
To ensure that these results are reached effectively and efficiently, the project will make use of a specific methodology - Future Thinking - a systematic method of exploring alternative futures in a long term vision, that improves the quality of decision making in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous environment.
The process guarantees greater sharing, transparency and efficiency in defining the implementation steps and outputs, ensuring objectivity and helping to make better policy by understanding the long-term issues and challenges that shape the sustainable development of the area.
FF - CLASS4.0
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND INNOVATION S.C.A R.L.
PIAZZA DELLE ISTITUZIONI 34/A
Treviso - Italy
t2i technology transfer and innovation’ is the innovation agency promoted by the Chambers of commerce of Treviso-Belluno, Verona and Venice-Rovigo. t2i supports companies in defining and developing innovative pathways through the establishment of networks for technology transfer and the deployment of value-added services for industries and organisations also by means of co-funding programmes at local and european level.
Marco Galanti - firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Union of the Chambers of Commerce of Veneto Region
Unioncamere del Veneto is the association of the 5 Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Crafts and Agriculture of the Veneto Region. Unioncamere supports and promotes the regional economic system by facilitating the relationships among the Veneto Regional Government and the other Local Authorities. Its strategic function has become even more significant since the transfer of the political, regulatory and administrative powers to the Regions.
Roberta Lazzari - email@example.com
University of Trieste
University of Trieste is a high education research centre with 18,000 students attending graduate, PhD, post-doc and master courses. DEAMS promotes and coordinates teaching and research activities in the fields of economics, business economics, statistics and mathematics applied to economics and social science. DIA has expertise in naval architecture and marine engineering, including environmental issues arising from the construction of maritime works in offshore research and exploitation.
Guido Bortoluzzi - firstname.lastname@example.org
Maritime Technology Cluster Fvg - S.C.A.R.L.
mareFVG is a no-profit public-private consortium of maritime stakeholders with a membership including big enterprises, SMEs, universities, research centres, scientific parks and incubators, education organisations and aggregation players. The mission is to link industries and scientific institutions within a network of organized relationships finalized to develop Research, Innovation and Education projects with the aim to enhance competitiveness of the industrial basis of the FVG region.
Carlo Kraskovic - email@example.com
Informest Development Agency has more than 20-years’ experience in national, transnational and cross-border cooperation, with a focus on capacity building and strategic territorial and social local development and on creation of awareness raising campaigns and communication on EU topics and activities. Informest is skilled in drafting regional policies and operative programmes in transports, social, education, environment, health, energy efficiency, tourism.
Walter Goruppi - firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Rijeka
Petra Karanikić - email@example.com
ISTRIAN DEVELOPMENT AGENCY – IDA LTD.
Istrian Development Agency (IDA) Ltd. was founded by the Region of Istria and its 10 towns in 1999, as an operational body entrusted with the implementation of development programmes in the Region of Istria. IDA’s primary role lies in the stimulation of the development of small and medium-sized entrepreneurship in the Region of Istria through securing financial support for SMEs, developing entrepreneurial infrastructure, providing training courses.
Filip Šetić - Filip.Setic@ida.hr
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